Thomas Davis GFC notes
Our Sponsored Walk takes place this Sunday 24 August 2014 at 11am.
Ardglass GAC 2014 Underage Tournaments
Ardglass GAC Co Down will again be hosting a series of underage tournaments this season
Armagh SFC: Cross' off to a flier
Crossmaglen opened the defence of their Armagh SFC title with an emphatic 3-16 to 0-11 victory over Sarsfields at the Athletic Grounds last night.
Championship tweets: "These hurling fellas don't even wear gloves"
Set to miss next Saturday's All-Ireland U-21 HC semi-final against Antrim with a broken hand, Clare's Shane O'Donnell had something to say on Joey Barton's 'fingers like steel' tweet ...
Wolfe Tones & St Enda's GAC Derrymacash notes
Congratulations to our senior camogie team who showed great determination and grit to claim a place in the final of the Armagh Intermediate championship.
Ladies: Armagh brush Laois aside
Captain Caroline O'Hanlon scored 2-6 as Ulster champions Armagh hammered Laois by 23 points in Saturday's TG4 All-Ireland Ladies senior football championship quarter-final in Tullamore.
Grimley talks media ban
Former Armagh manager Paul Grimley has elaborated on his reasons for imposing a media ban on his players during this year's championship campaign.
Hurling rankings: how does your county rate?
The sun is about to set on another memorable hurling championship year but the ultimate prize has still to be handed out with three left in the running. How did all the other counties fare out...
McConville: door is open for Clarke
Oisin McConville says the Crossmaglen Rangers door will remain open for Jamie Clarke to return to action whenever he is ready.
National Ladies Fixtures
TG4 All Ireland Ladies Intermediate Championship Quarter Finals:
Preview: two massive ladies quarter-finals on Saturday
Saturday sees the first two TG4 Ladies Football Championship quarter-finals take place with Cork taking on Mayo and Armagh facing Laois.
Grimley resignation 'no great surprise' to Charlie
Charlie Vernon says Paul Grimley's departure as Armagh football manager didn't come as a surprise to any of the players.
Clarke off on his travels again
Jamie Clarke is taking an extended break from GAA action following Armagh's exit from the All-Ireland SFC race.
Orchard extend 'hearty thank you' to departing Grimley
Armagh GAA have issued a statement, via their website armaghgaa.net, confirming that Paul Grimley has resigned as senior football manager.
McDonnell gives credit to Grimley
2003 Footballer of the Year Steven McDonnell says Paul Grimley deserves 'huge credit' for the upturn in Armagh's fortunes this year.
Cross trio in Down frame
The All-Ireland winning Crossmaglen management trio of Gareth O'Neill, Tony McEntee and Seamie McGeown are willing to talk to Down chiefs about the senior football management vacancy.
Grimley steps down
Paul Grimley has handed in his resignation as Armagh senior football manager.
Football top scorers: Brogan enters the top ten
Bernard Brogan's 1-7 against Monaghan sees him move up the football top scorers chart.
Not in the dock for doc push
Armagh midfielder Aaron Findon will not be disciplined for pushing Donegal team doctor Kevin Moran to the ground.
HS football team of the week
Dublin dominate our football team of the week with seven representatives while Donegal and Armagh have five and three respectively.
Devenney sets the record straight
Brendan Devenney has responded to Eamonn McGee's claim that he was 'disrespectful' to Armagh by predicting Donegal would beat Dublin in advance of Saturday's quarter-final win over the Orchard County.
Grimley backs McGeeney to succeed him
Paul Grimley has intimated that Kieran McGeeney will replace him as Armagh manager.
Championship tweets: "Greatest professional foul ever.. Amazing"
Here's our twitter round-up from an action-packed football and hurling weekend ...
Wolfe Tones & St Enda's GAC Derrymacash notes
All the best to our senior camogie team who open their intermediate championship campaign on Wednesday evening against Derrynoose.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
"My overriding concern is always and only the safety of the players on the field, and in that particular case, my sole aim was to protect Karl Lacey."
Joe and Des still at loggerheads…
Joe Brolly and Des Cahill continued their argument over the Aaron Findon push on Donegal team doctor Kevin Moran on 'The Sunday Game' tonight.
Ladies: quarter-final draw pairs Cork against Mayo
Eamonn Ryan's champions Cork have been paired with Mayo in the TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship quarter-finals.
Grimley wants Croke Park to 'regulate' media
Paul Grimley has called on the GAA to impose restrictions on the media.
Brolly and Cahill had very different views on doctor push…
Joe Brolly and Des Cahill had a heated argument over the 'doctor push' incident on live radio yesterday.
All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Donegal squeeze past Armagh
Inspired late points from Michael Murphy and Patrick McBrearty saw Donegal over the line against Armagh at Croke Park, 1-12 to 1-11.
As it happened: Saturday Match Tracker
The last two All-Ireland senior football championship semi-final places were up for grabs this afternoon as Croke Park hosted a doubleheader.
Armagh stay out of the picture
In keeping with their recent 'media ban', the Armagh team refused to cooperate with photographers by having their picture taken before today's clash with Donegal.
All-Ireland MHC 'B' roundup
Westmeath, Roscommon and Kerry all enjoyed wins in today's All-Ireland MHC 'B' quarter-final action.
Donegal doctor sent flying by Findon
Aaron Findon could find himself in hot water with disciplinary chiefs after he put Donegal team doctor Kevin Moran on the seat of his pants in the early stages of this afternoon's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final.
Preview: SF quarter-final: Donegal v Armagh
Armagh intend to do their talking on the pitch when they square up to Ulster champions Donegal in Croke Park on Saturday evening.